2019 Toyota Supra Price Canada – The long wait is over; After 16 years from the market, Toyota Supra is back among us. Countless Teasers and spy shots roaming the internet over the past several months were followed by the big debut of the 2020 GR Supra at the Detroit Auto Show just last week. Now 5th-generation Supra has made its Canadian premiere at the Montreal Auto Show.
2019 Toyota Supra Price Canada
The new Supra is a two-door coupe built on a lightweight, sport-tuned chassis, with a low center of gravity and 50/50 weight distribution. Power supply to the car is a front-mounted 3.0L inline-6 turbo engine, mated to an 8-speed transmission and rear-wheel drive; paddle shifters are mounted on the steering wheel. Total output is 335 hp and 365 lb-ft of torque.
The front grille of the sports car is bold and prominent and flanked by two large air intakes, while in the back, the prominent, overall rear integrated spoiler helps suppress aerodynamic lifting.
The model also gets an active differential and adaptive suspension, both offered as standard. In terms of acceleration, the car musters a 0-100 km / h time of 4.1 seconds.
As part of its mission to make the revived 2020 Supra a practical as well as a thrill-creating car, Toyota has given drivers the choice of two drive modes: normal and sport. The latter reduces traction and stability control functions as well as sharpen throttle response, increase control weight, improve transmission shift sharpness, more aggressive active differential tuning and amplify exhaust sound.
The GR variant gets a 3.0L inline-6 engine courtesy of the BMW Group, which will deliver 335 HP and 365 lb-ft of torque to the Supra. This is enough punch to allow for a 0-100 km / h acceleration time of just 4.1 seconds.
Much has been written about the Toyota Supra over the past few months. More than much in reality. It even made its first personal appearance in Canada, at the Montreal Auto Show in January. Finally, Toyota Canada has shared what it will cost Canadian consumers to own one.
This much we knew so long a year ago because Toyota said it: the new Supra would not come cheap. We know that is the case, but we actually feel like it could have been worse. The GR version, the first to show at retailers, will have a starting price of $ 64,990. The good news is that this version comes fully equipped, which indicates that we will get later versions that are more stripped down and probably cheaper.
The GR name refers to Toyota Group’s performance division, GAZOO racing. Fun fact: one of the test drivers for GR was … the president of the company, Akio Toyoda.
Word is that the 2020 Toyota Supra will get a starting price in the US of around $ 50,000, leading us to expect a Canadian price of between $ 60,000 and $ 65,000 CAD. But Toyota Canada has yet to announce anything definitive; Watch it.